Brian R. Bibb recently presented a training seminar on civil liability and the litigation process to law enforcement officers, first responders and mental health professionals as part of Crisis Intervention (CIT) training. β€œCIT training is a specialized, 40-hour program for law enforcement officers, and in conjunction with robust community partnerships, the goal is to improve outcomes of encounters with people living with behavioral health challenges. In the 30 plus years since it was created, the CIT model has spread across the nation and even been replicated around the world. … With the nation’s focus on policing practices, mental health, and improving outcomes for everyone involved, CIT has never been more important or more relevant.” (https://www.tn.gov/behavioral-health/cit.html) Mr. Bibb trained attendees on law enforcement response to crisis situations as well as litigation avoidance strategies. The training was certified by the Tennessee Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission (P.O.S.T.), which serves as the primary regulatory body for Tennessee law enforcement.